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Grenada Lake Mississippi crappie fishing Report from Woods guide service


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By Woods - Posted on 04 January 2011

I am out on Grenada Lake crappie fishingi right now. We have several crappiei and the largest is 16 inches long and weighed in at 2.07. There is some pretty good winter fishing here right now.

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Welcome to the site crappiebuster. Thanks for joining us.

Ray

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looks like a great day of fishing.wanting to come down soon .Ilive in ky. found out about grenada through crappiei 101 god bless and thanks for the pictures!crappiebuster

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Crappiebuster, let me warn you about fishing some of these Miss. lakes You will get hooked fishing here and will not want to go anywhere else. I will see if I can get you a picture Thursday. Woods

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